Publisher PQube announced that the classic horror game “White Day: A Labyrinth Named School” is now out worldwide for PlayStation 4.
Korean studio Sonnori originally developed and released the game back in Sept 5, 2001. In 2009, the game was remade for mobile use by changing 3D assets to still drawings. In 2015, another developer remade the game again for mobile, bringing the game back to 3D. This time however, the game is remastered with new gameplay features and additional endings. Also added is a completely new unlockable story for Ji-Min Yoo, a new playable character.
As mentioned earlier, the game is now available for PlayStation 4 and is priced at $29.99 or equivalent. The same remade version is available for PC via Steam which released last week, August 22.